Georgia put up a lot of big numbers on offense a year ago, but it has the pieces in place to be better in 2013.
Georgia offensive line coach Will Friend has wanted to develop a rotation of offensive linemen who can play in a pinch. He is closer to that goal than he has been.
Despite 35 ex-Bulldogs on active NFL rosters in 2012, Georgia hopes to finally end an eight-year drought since a Dawg defender became a first-round pick.
As Georgia's spring camp officially comes to a close, a few players made their presence felt while the depth chart on defense remains the big story.
The first-team defense led the Black team to victory Saturday in Georgia's spring game. Here are five things we learned from the annual scrimmage.
Georgia's rebuilt defense had something to prove at the annual G-Day scrimmage, and they came through fairly well. Aaron Murray threw for 200 yards in a 23-17 by the Black over the Red.
With G-Day upon us, here are the players and positions to watch at Georgia's spring game.
Two scrimmages in and a few more spring practices to go, veteran Bulldogs have noticed a few potential breakout stars, most notably Tray Matthews.
Georgia couldn't have picked a better time for a change at defensive line coach. While Chris Wilson doesn't have the benefit of experienced players, he will get to mold who he has in his style.
Georgia didn't know what it had when it signed James DeLoach. After his performance in 2012, and his strong spring thus far, the Bulldogs might just have their strongside linebacker.
With veteran Damian Swann as the Georgia secondary's only sure thing, coaches are eager to put the glut of newcomers through the paces of spring and shake out which players will rise above the reset.
Depth on the offensive line was a major issue for the Georgia Bulldogs in recent seasons, but with every player back for 2013, it's now a position of great strength.
His first three years at Georgia were a struggle, with one injury after another. Now fully healthy, fifth-year senior Austin Long has a chance to compete for a starting job.
Todd Grantham says eight or nine starters are returning on defense, but the truth is it's only four regulars. Still, it's a managable amount of attrition.
Like all coaches, Georgia's leader wants to work on fundamentals and build team unity in spring practice, but most of all he wants competition -- in everything.
With 13 true freshmen already enrolled at UGA, the Bulldogs are ready to give them a chance in spring practice and see who can help fill some of the team's holes.